Bring optimizations for new Call of Duty games
AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.1 drivers which bring a couple of bug fixes, a new Crossfire profile as well as optimizations for new Call of Duty games.
With Core i5 Skylake CPU and Radeon RX 480
Zotac has unveiled yet another VR Ready Magnus mini-PC that will be powered by Intel's Skylake Core i5 CPU and AMD Radeon RX 480 graphics card, all packed in a compact mini-PC chassis, the Zotac Magnus ERX480.
Based on Polaris 11 GPU
Following the launch of Apple's latest MacBook Pro 2016 notebooks and the official announcement of the Radeon Pro 400 series graphics cards used in those notebooks, AMD has now revealed a few more details about those chips.
Fixing problems with Titanfall 2 game
AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.10.3 hotfix drivers in order to address issues in the new Titanfall 2 game.
Apple signs up for Polaris
Apple has been an "Nvidia free" zone for ages and now it seems that AMD has scored another MacBook Pro 15 design win with its Polaris based Radeon Pro 400 series GPUs.
Increased GPU sales offset decline in desktop CPU shipments
Last week, AMD posted its earnings report for Q3 2016, showing a revenue increase of 27 percent over the previous quarter and up 23 percent year-over-year.
Because a single Hamilton makes all the difference
AMD has lopped $10 off the price of most of its cards in an attempt to spoil the release of Nvidia’s new GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards.
To compete with Nvidia's latest GTX 1050 Ti
According to a couple of reports, it seems that AMD is working on a couple of cut down versions of its Polaris 10 Ellesmere GPU that should put additional pressure on Nvidia's recently released GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1050 graphics cards.
New drivers for latest and upcoming games
AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.10.2 hotfix drivers which feature optimizations for some of the new and upcoming games, including Battlefield 1 and Civilization VI, as well as a new Crossfire profile and some bug fixes.
Intel might get into play a "get out of jail free" card
Intel might get the $1.4 billion anti-trust fine it paid to the EU in 2009 back after a top European Union judge recommended that the case be reviewed.